Nola Kinziger

(Lannon, Wisconsin, USA)

Ode To A Loved One - Poem by Nola Kinziger

A loved ones gone, where do I go
That special bond has ceased to flow Secrets shared, absent with your passing
Where are you now, I'm asking Phones cannot bridge the miles this time
Oh loved one of mine Words passed, some I regret
Strands of memories I shall not forget A teacher of life you were to be
Lessons taught are passed to me I feel no pain, I'm finally free
The last words you spoke to me We spread your ashes over the earth
To flow on the wind, in the place of your birth You leave a legacy of love and devotion
Now, how do I deal with death, the deepest emotion


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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